01761cam 22003134a 450000100090000000300040000900500170001300800410003002000150007102000160008604100080010208200080011010000190011824500520013725000120018926000440020130000320024550000200027752008180029765000290111565000260114465300170117065300240118785600680121191000100127994200130128999900170130295201280131912906424TLU20180416160847.0020826s2003 enka 001 0 eng a0415267838 a0415084253 aeng00a5101 aRosser, M. J.,10aBasic mathematics for economists cMike Rosser. a2nd ed. aLondon ;aNew York :bRoutledge,c2003. ax, 530 p. :bill. ;c26 cm. aIncludes index. aEconomics students will welcome the new edition of this excellent textbook. Mathematics is an integral part of economics and understanding basic concepts is vital. Many students come into economics courses without having studied mathematics for a number of years. This clearly written book will help to develop quantitative skills in even the least numerate student up to the required level for a general Economics or Business Studies course. This second edition features new sections on subjects such as: matrix algebra part year investment financial mathematics Improved pedagogical features, such as learning objectives and end of chapter questions, along with the use of Microsoft Excel and the overall example-led style of the book means that it will be a sure fire hit with both students and their lecturers 0aEconomics, Mathematical. 0aBusiness mathematics. aToâan hòoc aToâan kinh tãâe 42uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0650/2002031813-d.html bThuan 2ddccTVS c15047d15047 00102ddc406510_00000000000000070924983aTLUbTLUcTVSd2018-04-16o510pTVS.000530r2018-04-16w2018-04-16yTVSzEbook